The 2018 World Cup and Wimbledon both conclude this weekend in the biggest sporting week of the year.
On Sunday, France, Belgium, England or Croatia will be crowned world champions, while there are still hopes we may see Roger Federer come up against old foe Rafael Nadal in the Wimbledon final for the first time since their epic clash 10 years ago.
Juan Martin del Potro to reach Wimbledon final @ 7/2
Nadal has been in awesome form at SW19 but we may not get that dream final as he could come unstuck in the quarter-finals against Juan Martin del Potro if both win their respective fourth-round matches.
The Spaniard thrashed Del Potro 3-0 in the semi-finals of the French Open but clay is by far the world number four’s weakest surface and it may well be a different story on grass.
The Argentine also finds himself in the same half as Novak Djokovic so may also have to take on a multiple champion in the semi-finals, but Del Potro is in good form and can cause a few upsets to reach Sunday’s final.
Kevin De Bruyne to score at anytime @ 6/1
Belgium and France meet in the first World Cup semi-final on Tuesday and the winner of that clash will probably find themselves rated as the favourite to take the trophy regardless of who progresses in the other last-four clash.
Roberto Martinez has finally managed to get superstars Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku and Kevin De Bruyne to gel for the Red Devils and the latter has really established himself as the driving force in the Belgian starting XI.
Croatia v England over 2.5 goals @ 6/4
None of the knockout games involving England or Croatia at the World Cup have produced over 2.5 goals so far but that pattern may change in the second semi on Wednesday.
Both sides have weapons that can cause real problems, with Croatia’s creativity in midfield likely to be an issue for England, who have been excellent at set pieces.
At 6/4, over 2.5 goals in this match looks excellent value and a good option if you’re struggling to pick a winner.
Dominika Cibulkova to win Wimbledon @ 16/1
Cibulkova was the unlucky player to miss out on a seeding at Wimbledon as Serena Williams was handed the 25th seed despite her lowly world ranking after inactivity.
The Slovakian was disappointed by that decision before Wimbledon started but it has probably worked in her favour and she is playing like she has something to prove after making light work of Simona Halep’s conqueror Su-Wei Hsieh in the fourth round.
The 2016 WTA Tour Finals winner could even meet Williams in the final and at 16/1 is worth the risk of pulling off what would be a shock win in a tournament that has already thrown up a number of surprises.
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